Beat Saber is synonymous with VR and, as such, has become the first VR-only title to make the top 100 sellers list for 2019 on Steam. That puts it in the same category as big-hitters like Far Cry New Dawn, Mortal Kombat 11, and even pre-orders for Cyberpunk 2077.
State of Decay 2 is a third-person survival game that focuses on scavenging and building bases. It launched on Xbox One and Windows 10 many months ago, and has since received a lot of updates to make it even better. While many PC gamers use the Microsoft Store, many still prefer Steam.
As the name suggests, Steam Remote Play Together allows you to play local multiplayer games across a variety of devices. Valve advertised the feature as only available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, but it looks like it also works for Android and iOS.
Cloud gaming is the latest obsession gripping the video game industry, and it looks like Valve — the company behind the popular platform Steam — wants to get in on the action. We already know about Google Stadia, PlayStation Now, Project xCloud, and Shadow, but it looks like Valve is developing its own service. At least that’s what a recent Steam Database post suggests.
Today, EA posted a video of a cup with steam coming out of it on its official Twitter account. While many thought that the company was trying to sell you merchandise, it seems like it may be signaling EA’s return to Steam. No official announcement has been made this the video was posted, but one may occur early next week. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we know more.
Steam is beta testing some new library pages, and hey, they're rather sexy. If you haven't had the chance to see them yet and have been banging on at Valve to make some changes to the aging client, here's a quick look at what to expect.
On September 17, a French court said that Valve needed to let its consumers resell their digital games in the country. This concept was initially proposed by Microsoft when the Xbox One was revealed in 2013, but curiously enough, faced intense backlash from gamers and brick-and-mortar retailers.
Since its launch last night, Gears 5 has become the top-selling title on Steam. Since Steam is by far the biggest platform for gaming out there, this is quite a feat. Let's see how long it stays at No. 1 because there's a lot of competition from other amazing experiences like Remnant: From the Ashes.
A few months ago, Valve announced that it was changing the look of Steam. In an era where every program has more flair, Steam seems like it's been left behind. The redesigned library allows you to customize the look to a greater degree and show a lot more artwork.
Ubisoft's VP of Partnerships and Revenue claims that Steam's current business model is "unrealistic" and "doesn't reflect where the world is today in terms of game distribution." Given the rising costs of game development, and how many big-name studios still struggle, it's understandable why Ubisoft doesn't want to give 30 percent away anymore.